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Daniel Horowitz’ 911 Call Will Not Play During Trial:

MARTINEZ, Calif. — The anguished 911 calls Daniel Horowitz made after he found his wife’s body won’t be played for the jury in the upcoming murder trial of the couple’s teenage neighbor.

A Contra Costa County judge ruled Monday that the tapes are too “disturbing” and prejudicial to defendant Scott Dyleski.

Horowitz called authorities on Oct. 15th after finding the bludgeoned body of 52-year-old Pamela Vitale in their Lafayette home.

The defense has suggested that Horowitz played a role in her death.

Prosecutors sought to play the tapes, arguing that an “almost primordial scream” by Horowitz would prove to jurors that he didn’t kill his wife.

3 thoughts on “911 call will not be heard at Dyleski trial

  1. Random says:

    They’re gonna stick it to this kid big time.


  2. Jim says:

    I’ll never understand why a judge will allow evidence to be dismissed.

    real evidence.. you know, like OJ’s dna and 911 calls etc 😐


  3. Steph says:

    Exactly. If there is anything that contributes to the issue, then it should be shown.
    Unless of course there has been some sort of major cover up that we don’t know about…


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